Jon Jones ‘snubs’ Ciryl Gane and makes revelation about his future in the UFC

Jon Jones will face Cyryl Gane, but the American’s focus is on conquering an even higher position in the UFC; see details about the topic

Jon Jones will you face it Cyryl Gane at the UFC 285 and made it clear, in an interview for the ‘Unlocking the Cage’ podcast, that he intends to become the greatest fighter of all time. The American doesn’t only aim for a victory against his French rival and the belt in the category, but he also dreams of becoming the biggest name in the history of MMA in Ultimate Fighting.

The fighter wants to conquer this historical position, but before that he intends to reach his best level. For Jon Jones, dominance in the UFC and winning streaks in the category are nothing more than an obligation for the feat he wants to achieve in the coming years. According to the fighter and possible heavyweight champion, the pressure on him to be the best in the world is not great, as he wants to be the greatest of all time.


Of course, I want to perform at the highest possible level. I want to look good and not only do I want to win, I want to dominate. But, no, I’m not really thinking about the pressure of being number one pound for pound. We all have our way of looking at the best (fighter) in the world. I’m fighting for something that I believe is greater, which is being the greatest of all time, and I believe a win over (Ciryl) Gane solidifies that.”, he stated during the interview for the podcast ‘Unlocking the Cage’.

Jon Jones saw his friend reveal details of his preparation for the UFC sequel!

In an exclusive interview for “Combat“, Yorgan de Castro opened up about how Jon Jones’ training is going. Both are training together in the gym and the fighter revealed that he is impressed with Bones’ power of concentration and also with the way he is dealing with his return to the UFC.

Jon Jones is one of the big names in the UFC, but Francis Ngannou is the current UFC heavyweight champion (Credit: GettyImages)

Preparing with Jon Jones feels like I’m struggling every day. He’s intense. Want to train all day. 24 hours straight. We are six heavyweights with a gym in the morning, swimming in the afternoon and drills in the evening. He weighs about 112 kg. Strong to ca*****. Cardio is good and you have to have the same speed as him. He’s coming back to beat the champion. It’s hard to follow and he’s very observant and studious.“, he stated.

Source: sportbuzz

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